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Patrick H. Lauke's session Too much accessibility: good intentions, badly implemented, presented as part of the Public Sector Forums Second Real World Accessibility Workshop at the Barbican, London, UK, 8 August 2007. HTML offers many features and attributes that can make your sites more accessible...but only if they're used wisely. Can there really be "too much accessibility"?
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splintered.co.uk. This audio is part of the collection: Community Audio It also belongs to collection: Artist/Composer: Patrick H. Lauke Keywords: accessibility; HTML; XHTML; CSS; web development; web design
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September 1, 2007
The best accessibility tutorial ever!
This is the best accessibility tutorial that I have found during my seven years as an accessibility consultant.